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The 150th Field Artillery Regiment ("The Raiders") is a field artillery unit in the Indiana Army National Guard.
The 150th Field Artillery was formed from the 1st Indiana Field Artillery, which served during the Spanish–American War.
The Indiana Field Artillery was at service on the Mexican border when the United States declared war on Germany in 1917.
As the United States mobilized for World War I, the Indiana Field Artillery became federalized as the 150th Field Artillery,
and assigned to the 42nd Infantry "Rainbow" Division, which participated in several major battles in 1918. Major Robert Tyndall
was promoted to Colonel in command of the entire regiment, which was issued French 155 millimeter cannons.
During World War II, the 150th Field Artillery served with the 38th Infantry Division. During the Iraq War,
the 150th Field Artillery sent teams to train Iraqi police. In 2006 HHB 2-150 FA sent 152 Artillerymen to Mosul,
Iraq to train Iraqi Policemen.